CHESTER, Pa. (CBS) — Chester police are urging vigilance after they found an improvised explosive device, this afternoon, near Amtrak and Septa railroad tracks and the Commodore Barry Bridge. 



Police say the device consisted of two bottles with a yellow liquid inside. They say one had a timer and wires attached by duct tape. 



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Police were not sure if the device was really explosive but evacuated the area as a precaution. The Delaware County bomb squad determined that it was and disarmed it.



The device was found about 2 p.m., near third and Reaney Streets. That’s underneath the bridge and not far from the tracks Septa’s Wilmington-Newark line uses.



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An investigation is underway.

Reported by Pat Loeb, KYW Newsradio

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